|Re: Professional Development vs. Self-Development||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Philip Proefrock (architectcornellbox.com)|
|Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 06:32:32 -0700 (PDT)|
I think that the skill-set of the community can be an important element in this question. A couple more questions could be very enlightening in evaluating the issue: - For communities that did do development on their own, what was the experience level of community members who worked on the development? Were there people who had participated in the development of other projects (either building their own home or working on a project as part of their work in some capacity) who had prior experience? - How many communities used a professional developer who was a member of the community? I think there are more than a couple cases where the developer either was a community member or chose to join the community at some point during the development process. Philip Proefrock Joani wrote: > So let me pose the question broadly: In your experience, what are > the advantages and disadvantages of co-developing with an experienced > developer (who would of, course, be hiring a construction or project > manager), in contrast to self-development, where the group finds and > hires the construction or project manager themselves.
Professional Development vs. Self-Development Joani Blank, July 25 2007
- Re: Professional Development vs. Self-Development Dirk Herr-Hoyman, July 25 2007
- Re: Professional Development vs. Self-Development Sharon Villines, July 26 2007
- Re: Professional Development vs. Self-Development Philip Proefrock, July 26 2007
- Re: Professional Development vs. Self-Development Christine Johnson, July 26 2007
- Re: Professional Development vs. Self-Development Rick Mockler, July 30 2007
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